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Otters seem to enjoy themselves the most with all that white stuff around. Post some snowy otters.

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slides in

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>captcha: pip

heh

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>>136

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>> No.153  

Do otters ever get cold?

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>>153
Always warm and cozy.

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>>1166 Such a beautiful face

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bL0rAwSaSo

>> No.3247  

We've just had our first snow here today! That means the "play with leaves" season is finally ending and it's time for the "play in the snow" season. Otters always roll with the seasons.

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Hello /otter/ ! Please be sure to consider yourself invited and stop by the /christmas/ party in one week back at a your old stomping-grounds.
https://anon.cafe/christmas/res/94.html#2549

Won't be the same w/o all you otterbros there.

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>>3253
Thanks for the invite, I'll try to make it!

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A little otter with a little snow on his little nose(Roger Williams Park zoo)

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>>3267

>Roger Williams Park zoo

I haven't been there since I was a kid. I should go visit their otters sometime soon.

>> No.3270  

>>3269 Oh, is it nearby where you live? That's cool. I hear they even have giant otters too.

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The "snowy nose" look looks to be rather popular with otters

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>>3271

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>>3271 I mean is an otter really snowy without a snowy nose?

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>>3270
It's just a couple of states away.

>I hear they even have giant otters too.

They do!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nu0koqYhwmw

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>>3273
It’s a necessary accessory!

>> No.3280  

How do you explain the snowy nose phenomenon? Is it just that snow sticks more easily to the nose than other parts of the otter's body?

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>>3280
The nose snows.

>> No.3282  

>>3278 So cool, what an amazing pair of otters! It's lovely seeing them twirl around underwater.

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>>3280
I'd bet some of it is that otters check stuff out by sniffing it, and so that's the first part of the otter that touches something with snow

>> No.3302  

>>3296 That's what I thought too. You stick your nose into everything,eventually something's gonna stick back.



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